Anawangin Cove is located in San Antonio, Zambales. An undeveloped paradise tucked into the Zambales mountains, some five kms away from Capones Island in San Antonio, Anawangin beach is a popular camping site among outdoor and mountaineering groups. The unusual presence of pine trees on the beach instead of the expected palm trees makes the place a photographer's choice. Its cascading yet refreshi ...
ng crystal clear stream outlined by tall pine trees provides a respite to the intrepid traveler. Its near white sand courtesy of Mt. Pinatubo is a setting for a wonderful playground for beach lovers.
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Yet it was another awe-inspiring weekend with RMC pipz, as we marked the 29th birthday of She in the province of Zambales. Her years-long young man planned this trip month ago. It was one rainy afternoon when Dave approached us at the office, securing this day (brad birthday ni She, papatayin kita pag di ka sumama :o). Supposedly, this trip is an integration of climb to Mt. Pundaquit and tour to all nearby islands (Nagsasa, Capones, Anawangin and Kamara); however upon our arrival, the sea waves are in their star performance. We just settled in Anawangin after the hike.
Located in Zambales, Anawangin Cove is a popular destination for camping and beach outings.
A few highlights from my family's 2-day trip to Zambales! I'm still learning how to shoot and edit video; it's been a fun ride so far.
Philippines is well-known for its pristine beaches. International travel magazines, TV shows and websites feature Boracay and El Nido, Palawan as one of the top beach destinations in the world.
There are still more Philippine places to discover particularly for foreign tourists. In the northern part, Anawangin Cove located in Zambales, Philippines offers a beautiful panoramic landscape of pine trees along the beach. Travelers bring in their camping tents, sleeping bags and food supplies for a weekend getaway in this beautiful island cove.
Ever since 2009, Anawangin has been included in m ...
Featured here is the Province of Zambales in San Antonio, featured in this video is the Coves of Nagsasa, and Anawangin, also the Island of Capones. Enjoy the vid, and I hope you give a thumbs up for this!
I spent ten days backpacking around five different destinations in Luzon, Philippines on a tight budget. It's cheap. Really, really, cheap! And each trip gave me a new, exciting feel. Fueled by a few wonderful secret stories kept in my jar of travel memories, my wanderlust definitely doesn't stop here.
Normally, I spend around 15,000 to 30,000 Philippines pesos (US$300-$600) good for three to five days only on domestic trips. You may think that's fairly reasonable. Maybe if in other countries, but here in the Philippines you can spend less and save more money. Why do you think some famous I ...